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  • Writer's pictureSophie Piron

What is supply chain?

Let us learn something from one of the best research organizations in the world. This excellent article from McKinsey research suggests that supply chain disruptions lasting one month or longer now occur every 3.7 years, on average. And these disruptions can have a steep price: they cost the average organization 45 percent of a year’s profits over the course of a decade.

If achieving structural resilience is the goal, the following techniques can help:

  1. Constructing a digital twin of the most critical parts of the supply chain, allowing for simulations and test cases.

  2. Creating and testing “what if” scenarios.

  3. Increasing data sharing with suppliers.

  4. Consider “ring fencing” a small part of the supply chain team.

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Click below to review the full article.

What is supply chain and how does it function_ _ McKinsey
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